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Dishing on the Broncos and Cowboys
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The Broncos and the Cowboys are two of the hottest teams in the NFL, and Gerald is tackling them both today! We'll see what's happening up at Mile High with Mike Klis of the Denver Post. Then, we'll speak with the Voice of the Dallas Cowboys Brad Sham.
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The Gerald Riggs Show: Mike Klis and Brad Sham

Mike Klis of the Denver Post talks Broncos, Cowboys talk with Brad Sham, plus Gerald's thoughts on Kobe Bryant and the Lakers.
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Mike Klis
Mike Klis has been with The Denver Post since Jan. 1, 1998, after working 13 years with the Colorado Springs Gazette Telegraph. Major League Baseball was Klis' initial passion. He started covering the Colorado Rockies the day after Denver's metro taxpayers approved a 0.1 percent sales tax to fund what would eventually become Coors Field in August 1990. He covered the Rockies and Major League Baseball until the 2005 All-Star break, when he was asked to start covering the Broncos. The oldest of six children raised by Joseph and Mary, Klis is a graduate of Oswego (Ill.) High School and Murray State (Ky.) University. He and his wife, Becky, have four children: Brittney, Kaitlyn, Blake and Johnny. Besides The Denver Post, Klis' insight can be heard through his regular guest appearances on Denver radio station 102.3-FM The Ticket.

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Brad Sham
Brad is better known as the "Voice of the Dallas Cowboys". Sham is currently heard on the Dallas Cowboys Radio Network, including the flagship stations 1080 AM KRLD, where Sham held the position of Sports Director between 1976 and 1981; and 105.3 KRLD-FM "The Fan". Prior to 2009, Cowboys games were broadcast on 1310 AM KTCK "The Ticket" and 93.3 FM KDBN "The Bone", and also previously on FM-103.7 and 98.7 FM KLUV "K-Love." Sham made his acting debut in the 2008 movie, W.

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